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Originally Posted by EldoradoLooking forward to the 660, my 460 is getting a little long in the tooth.
Though I hope it's as affordable as my 460 was..
Originally Posted by PookeyheadAaargh! I've just noticed what a STUPID place the PCI power sockets are located! WTF?? I know the card is smaller than the whole casing, but... just.... grrr...
Originally Posted by ZurechialLooks like a very solid purchase for anyone with a 4x0 older right now I think.
I still find it weird to see 6-series used in reference to the 670/680 family. When someone says 6-series I still think of the 6800 Ultra and 6600GT.
Originally Posted by mingemuncher nvidia nailed it with the 460 @ £140, now they are asking us to spend almost DOUBLE that for for its 6 series stable mate, the 660, (due shortly)
Originally Posted by SpAcemanQuote:Originally Posted by mingemuncher nvidia nailed it with the 460 @ £140, now they are asking us to spend almost DOUBLE that for for its 6 series stable mate, the 660, (due shortly)
The 460 was about £199 on release according to the Bit-Tech review. You seem to be quoting a more recent price.
Also the 470 was £299. £30 difference isn't that bad is it?
Originally Posted by mingemuncherur right, BUT, I still think the 660 will cost around the £250-£300 mark...AND...I cant see nvidia dropping prices as much as the did with the 460...if I could get a 660 a few months after release for £140, im in, but somehow, I dont think that will be happening...
Originally Posted by RedbeaverUS prices: $499???? just like 680? wtf is this ****? :(
great article btw :)
Originally Posted by ZehetmayrDoh! This makes the £600 I spent on 580 SLI look stupid :(
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